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Timeline of Queen Hatshepsut

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Jocelyn Fafard

on 1 May 2014

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Transcript of Timeline of Queen Hatshepsut

Life Changing events of hatshepsut
Not much is known of Queen Hatshepsut's younger years, but she learned how to read and write hieroglyphics from the royal scribe. She was taught that all good came from the god Amon and that the trinity of power consisted of the king, queen, and Amon. She was taught that the Nile was the source of water and helped with crops. She also had a sister named Akhbetneferu who died at infantry.
When she was 23, Hatshepsut set out on an expedition to Punt for trading. She obtained bitumen, copper, carved amulets, naptha, and other goods.
Seven years after traveling to Punt, Hatshepsut officially crowned herself Queen Hatshepsut. She was the first female pharaoh when she rose to prominence after the death of her husband Thutmose ll.
In 1455, Queen Hatshepsut was dethroned, but nothing is really known of it.
Hatshepsut was born in 1503 in Ancient Egypt but no one knows what the exact date was when she was born. She was given birth to by Ahmose and her husband Thutmose l.

Queen Hatshepsut disappeared after Thutmose lll became a pharaoh and died in the same year (1458) at the age of 45. She had traveled and made some of the most famous expeditions for trading and was the longest reigning female pharaoh. She was also thought of as the most successful pharaoh.
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